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Student Progress

Student Progress

The Class Progress tool provides a performance dashboard for the instructor to monitor student performance. You can access it under Class Progress in your Course Admin section.

By using the Class Progress tool you can keep track of the progress of your students and intervene before potential problems occur.

  1. Hover over any of the indicator charts to get more detailed information about that indicator (as in the image below):
  2. Click on Settings just below the navigation bar. Here you can customize the indicators in the grid.

There are 9 different performance indicators. You can choose to include any 4 of those in your grid. If you would like to replace one of the current indicators, click to expand the drop-down arrow next to any of the indicators and select Replace. You will then be given other options for customizing the dashboard.

  1. Click on any student listed for more details on their progress.
  2. You will be presented with a list of activities that a learner has access to. When available, a link will appear that you can click to navigate to an activity. When items are graded, the grades and feedback display in the user progress reports. You can choose to email or send a quick message to a specific student.Your students can also view their own progress on the course page by clicking their name and selecting Progress from the available drop-down list.

If a student is exempt from a certain activity, Class Progress will display the exemption, labeled as ”exempted” next to the name of the activity. 

Summary pages for Assignments, Surveys, Quizzes, and Checklists hide exempted activities for a particular Student, as well as the set of statistics that appear at the top of each activity.

How to use this to improve your course

The User Progress tool provides progress reports about learners’ results for their active courses. At the course level, instructors can choose which reports they want to present to students. Their options include Grades, Content, Discussions, Assignments, Quizzes, Checklist, Surveys, progress reports, as well as a summary report.

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